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Hesperides is the fourth episode of the seventh season of The 100. It is the eighty-eighth episode of the series overall.

OUTSIDERS – Mysterious outsiders arrive with news of Clarke’s missing people.

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Cast Edit

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Co-Starring Edit

  • Nevis Unipan as Hope (10yrs)
  • Kamran Fulleylove as Dev
  • Josh Blacker as Captain Meredith
  • David Benedict Brown as Farmer

Quotes Edit

Echo (to some plants): "Here you go, some powdered jellyfish. Trust me, its better than Monty's algae. (looks upwards) Sorry."
Jordan Green: "Hey. It's okay. You did it."
Raven Reyes: "I just killed eight people. Nothing about that is okay.
Jordan Green: "Ladies and gentlemen, Clarke Griffin has left the planet."
Clarke Griffin: "Is everyone okay?"
Niylah: "You like this planet better, Miller?"
Jordan Green: "I say we try the next one."
Raven Reyes: "Yeah. Only one problem. We need an Anomaly Stone for that."

Notes and Trivia Edit

  • Hesperides are, according to Greek mythology, a group of nymphs who were guardians, with the aid of a watchful dragon, of a tree of golden apples in a garden located beyond the Atlas Mountains at the western border of Oceanus, the river encircling the world. One of the labors of Herakles/Hercules was to fetch the golden apples.
    • The title is shown to come from Octavia telling Hope the story as a child and Hope painting the word on a rock as a result, comparing it to the situation of Hope, Diyoza and Octavia.
  • Time is confirmed to run faster on Bardo than on Sanctum though still slower than Skyring. Gabriel comments at one point that a year on Skyring will equal just a few days to Bellamy on Bardo as compared to the centuries between a single day on Sanctum and time on Skyring.
  • Jordan mentions him and Raven realizing that Sanctum is a moon in "Sanctum" and him getting stabbed in "The Old Man and the Anomaly," something that Raven had been unaware of.
  • Echo comments that the powdered jellyfish on Skyring is better than Monty's algae before offering an apology to her dead friend for the comment.
  • It's revealed that Diyoza never told Hope about her past as a terrorist/freedom fighter. Hope and Echo realize that Diyoza refused to allow Hope to be trained as she didn't want her daughter to end up like her.
  • The Disciples are shown to believe that "the Shepherd" brought them to Bardo. The Shepherd is later revealed to be Bill Cadogan, the founder and leader of the Second Dawn doomsday cult.
  • Raven discovers that the Disciples' technology works through thought control.
  • Using the HUD on the helmet of one of the people Echo killed in "From the Ashes," Raven discovers that the Temporal Anomaly is in fact a wormhole that can take the user to anywhere in at least a network of six planets. One planet in the network is offline however.
    • One of the planets on the map has a planetary ring similar to Saturn. This is presumably Skyring.
    • The offline planet is later identified as Earth.
    • The five online worlds are Sanctum, Skyring, Bardo, Nakara and Etherea.
  • The data on Clarke lists her name as Clarke Griffin, alias Wanheda, objective: rendition to Bardo and is considered armed and extremely dangerous.
  • This is fifth episode that Bellamy Blake did not appear.
  • In this episode, the Anomaly takes the form of a smaller portal in the Anomaly Stone room rather than the bigger version previously seen.
  • Clarke Griffin, Niylah, Raven Reyes, Nathan Miller and Jordan Green depart Sanctum to chase after their friends and arrive on Nakara. Gaia remains behind to protect Sanctum and Madi from revenge-seeking Disciples, but is ambushed by a Disciple who shuts down the Anomaly Stone on Sanctum and drags Gaia through the closing portal.
  • For Gabriel, Echo and Hope, the events of this episode take place over the course of approximately five years. For Clarke and the others, it takes place over a very short period of time, possibly only a couple of hours at most.
  • This episode marks the first time Nathan Miller and Niylah have interacted with each other on screen.
  • This episode marks the first time Raven has directly killed someone since Season 3.

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The music used for the cold opening featuring Hope & Dev is "Hymn" by Joel Porter

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